“My father insisted that all of us must begin lessons in karate after The Karate Kid came out in the 1980’s. His pride in our accomplishments led to a family photo.”
(submitted by Kristi)
“This is my great-grandpa (left), Gramma Adele (right), her sister, and my oldest uncle, Stuart. Gramma Adele is 89 this year. Allow me to recreate what was said as this photo was taken:
Grandpa: C’mon! Smile for the picture!
Mother: Dad, I don’t think he wants to take a picture around all these creepy ceramic animals.
Aunt: Just take the damn pic–
(submitted by Mike)
“My family was asked to bring their favorite item to a Unitarian church photoshoot. I brought a flip phone, my father a guitar, and my 8-year-old brother his Darth Vader mask. He refused to take the photo without it.”
(submitted by Zoe)
“This was taken for the church directory. I not happy that I’m wearing a dress, and my little sister was busy picking her nose, and little brother was just plain not a happy camper.”
(submitted by Leigh)
“This picture is of me and my little sister on Easter in 2004. Evidently, my mother found it cute to dress me as if I were still 4-years-old. When a girl like me has hair like that, plus huge glasses, braces, a tiny headband and a frilly dress, it doesn’t work. My dad then honed in on his photo editing skills and gave us a very appropriate backdrop. All I can say is, ‘WTF?!'”
(submitted by Lindsi)
“My mom thought this picture would be a great surprise for my dad. My little brother looks like a natural bow hunter and my sister apparently enjoy’s bird watching. I got put in the back to catch my pretend fish because my nose peeling from a very bad sunburn. Our dog isn’t even happy to be in the picture.”
(submitted by Nicholas)